2019-2020 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog 
    
    Dec 03, 2021  
2019-2020 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MFW 604 - Graduate Seminar IV


Students learn to apply the critical understanding of the integration of theory and practice to their own writing. The content of the course is essentially driven by student work and research. To that end readings and content are reliant on and responsive to the students field of research related to their writing. Research skills are employed to deepen students individual writing practice and find an appropriate language in writing and speech to critically engage their practice as artists in the creative process. Each students Thesis begins with a written proposal that delineates his or her artistic practice and outlines a research plan and goals for their creative work. Students will then work on subjective and objective writing, developing short papers over the semester that will become the basis for their Thesis. Students will work in small collaborative discussion groups and support each other in expanding and deepening their research through a series of presentations taking place over four sessions. (3 Credits)



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